Jack Arlington

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  1. A good garage will know lots of automobile junkyards (where your old car goes after the insurance company declares it a "write-off" because the cost of fixing a fender-bender is more than the Blue Book value of the car).  They often have lots of perfectly good parts! 


    Of course, if you want to do the labor yourself, the garage mechanic may not be happy to reveal his sources.  Replacing a valve is pretty labor intensive, I suspect, so that would represent a significant loss of potential profit.  In that case, you may need to call around to junkyards on your own. 

    UTC 2022-11-25 08:01 PM 0 Comments

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